Dr. Anthony Constantinou of London heads the Department of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence, located at Queen Mary University in England. He is an assistant professor, researcher, and lecturer. Bayesian Networks are a graphical model which represents different variables and their dependence on each other during uncertain times. According to his research website, Constantinou uses his expertise for “sports, economics, medicine, and gaming.” His resume states that Dr. Constantinou analyzed the risks of betting, steel production, and agriculture.
Constantinou first earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence (2008). In 2009, he received his Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence with Robotics. He earned this degree with distinction. Anthony Constantinou studied for his doctorate between 2009-2012 and graduated with a Ph.D. in Bayesian networks for prediction, risk assessment, and decision making. He attended the University of Hertfordshire and the Queen Mary, University of London. Constantinou is a veteran of the Greek Cypriot National Guard and speaks native Greek and fluent English. Read This Article for additional information.
In addition to his studies, Constantinou worked as a researcher while studying for his doctorate. He interned and worked at AgenaRisk and currently works as a freelancer in his field. He has been named a fellow a few times. In August 2018, he became a Turing Fellow, in honor of Alan Turing. To date, he has written or co-written twenty professional articles, including “Pi-Football” A Bayesian Network Model for Forecasting Association Football Match Outcomes,” and “From Complex Questionnaire and Interviewing Data to Intelligent Bayesian Network Models for Medical Decision Support.”
You can read Constantinou’s works on his website on http://www.constantinou.Info